RHOA Taglines Revealed; Kandi Commits Murder


After being omitted during the premiere, the RHOA season 10 taglines have finally been released. Hit the jump to find out what you’re going to hear every Sunday from now until you’re dead.

NeNe Leakes: “10 years in the game, and I’m still the tastiest peach in Atlanta!”
BW Rating: Ehhhh. I see what she was going for here, but this conjures up images of rotting fruit. Don’t mix your metaphors, kids. 4/10.

Porsha Williams: “Friends come and go, but family is forever.”
BW Rating: Oh, good. Someone picked up her copy of the Reader’s Digest insert “Generic Taglines for Housewives Pariahs.” 0/10.

Cynthia Bailey: “Age is just a number, but these cheekbones are timeless!”
BW Rating: I’ll always prefer “Housewives come younger, but they don’t come hotter,” but points for effort. 4/10.

Kandi Burruss: “Don’t mess with the boss, ‘cause you might get fired!”
BW Rating:



Kenya Moore: “While some were saying ‘I can’t,’ I was saying ‘I do!’”
BW Rating: Is the “I can’t” thing a knock at Porsha? IDGI guys, Kenya might be too smart for me. In any case, the wedding half of this tagline might land harder if that same wedding weren’t about to get her canned6/10.

Shereé Whitfield: “Call me a bad server, because I always spill the tea!”
BW Rating: Looooool. This is transparently reverse engineered to get to that tea spilling pun but Shereé pulls it off. Most likely to become a meme. 9/10.

3 thoughts on “RHOA Taglines Revealed; Kandi Commits Murder

  1. Porsha’s tagline sounded like a rip off of Kandi’s tagline “Music may be my passion, but family is forever” which lol.

    My favorite part of Kandi’s tagline is the weird techo music and scene they choose of her while she’s declaring herself the boss <3 NeNe's entire tagline, shots, and intro title slide positions just look awkward to me and I'm not a fan of her or Cynthia's delivery. Sheree's makes me laugh because it's so tacky but so Sheree and I love the way she says it. Overall not bad once the first half is done! Oh and that's sad to here about Kenya but I get it from a producers standpoint. I love the way she says I do at the end of her tagline.

    1. there’s a real hollow desperation in porsha’s tagline if you read between the lines. ‘you may notice i don’t have any more friends; however…’

      this husband shit isn’t worth firing kenya over. she’s a reliable performer. it’s regrettable that she’s gotten married by dark of night to a dude who won’t appear on the show, especially given how much of her story has been dictated by her hunt for companionship, but she has more to offer than her love life.

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